Latin American Music Seminar

Latin American Music Seminar
Date
14 May 2022, 10.15am - 4.30pm
Type
Seminar
Venue
Woburn Suite, G22/26, Ground Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Description

This seminar is generously supported by the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)

The Latin American Music Seminar is a British forum for Latin American music research that meets twice yearly. Please contact Henry Stobart (h.stobart@rhul.ac.uk) if you would like to be included on the mailing list, or if you wish to offer a presentation or to perform at a future seminar.

Programme

10.15 Coffee/arrival

10.40 Welcome

10.45 Christina Homer (Open University), “Vessel flute with biomorphic aspect": interpreting west Mexican archaeological musical artefacts

11.30 Rachell Sanchez Rivera (University of Cambridge), Counterarchiving Coloniality in the Americas: Rita Indiana’s ‘After School’

12.15 Sue Miller (Leeds Becket University), In Dialogue with the Past: Reflections on a Practice Research-based Investigation into Mid-Twentieth-Century Recording Techniques and Aesthetics in Charanga Music Performance and Production

1.00 Lunch (salteña – Bolivian pasty)

2.15 Miles Bainbridge (performer), The Sikuris of Conima, Peru: Perspectives fresh from the Fiesta de la Cruz (3 May) – with performance with Sikuris sin Fronteras and students from Royal Holloway

3.00 Simon Cook (performer), The Latin American afterlife of the Ophicleide – informal talk/demonstration

3.45 Live Music - from Cuba, Brazil and the Andes – with social dancing

4.30  Event closes

Download Programme (pdf)

If you wish to learn more about the Latin American Music Seminar, you can visit its webpage: https://ilas.sas.ac.uk/events/seminar-series/latin-american-music-seminar



Registration Fee £10

Advanced registration required. Registration will close on Monday 9 May 2022. Please click on the BOOK NOW button now to register your attendance.

Please note registration will cover cost of coffee, tea and salteña (unless presenting a paper or performing).


Please consider supporting CLACS's mission to train the next generation of scholars in Latin American and Caribbean Studies: https://modernlanguages.sas.ac.uk/research-centres/centre-latin-american-and-caribbean-studies-clacs/support-clacs


Contact

Jenny Stubbs
jenny.stubbs@sas.ac.uk
020 7862 8832